Zoeller made the announcement Monday in Jeffersonville.
People affected by the storms or flooding are encouraged to contact the Red Cross at 888-684-1441.
Hoyle told officers he had a “couple beers” a few hours earlier earlier at Klipsch Music Center.
The company is adding a new drug product line and plans to have it up an running in early 2017.
Family members told police they were having a cookout when the child went into the backyard. Someone found him in the pool.
IMPD officers on the scene said that two male suspects fled on foot.
All debris should be placed at the curb for pickup.
The breach was first reported late Sunday by Brian Krebs of Krebs on Security, a website that focuses on cybersecurity.